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Intel expands 2010 Intel Core processor family to ultra-thin laptops

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introduced new Intel Core processors, extending the availability of

its Intel Core processor family to stylish and ultra-thin laptops.

Ultraportable laptops are approximately 0.8 to 1 inch thick and weigh

2 to 5 pounds offering the performance, battery life and connectivity

according to the needs of its consumers.


Based

on Intel's 32 nanometer manufacturing technology, the processors

are more than 32 percent smaller and deliver more than 32 percent

better performance all in a lightweight and a sleek design. These new

processors also reduce power consumption more than 15 percent,

resulting in a great battery life.
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Consumers

today crave for laptops that offer style and performance and the new

2010 Intel Core Ultra-Low Voltage processors for ultra-thin laptops

delivers both in one sleek design,” said Mooly Eden---VP and

GM---PC Client Group, Intel. Intel's leadership in 32 nanometer

high-k metal gate Process Technology is combined with thinner,

lighter and faster notebooks with long battery life. Users will see

faster response time and less waiting with these ultraportable

laptops, which have new processors inside.


Processors

that feature Intel Turbo Boost Technology will automatically

accelerate performance, adjusting to the workload to give users an

immediate performance boost when needed. Intel's Hyper-Threading

Technology is available in Intel Core i7 and i5 processors.













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